Alalehzamini Autonomous Republic

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Alalehzamini Autonomous Republic
Flag of Alalehzamin
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Coat of Arms of Alalehzamin
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Motto: Xāk-e daštat behtar az zarast (Babkhi "The soil of your valleys are better than gold")
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Location of Alalehzamin
Map versions Map shows the AAR in orange
Capital Ardashirshahr
Largest city Ardashirshahr, Islus, Allswell
Official language(s) Babkhi, Elw, Istvanistani
Official religion(s)
Demonym Alalehzamini(s)
 - Adjective Alalehzamini
Government Autonomous republic
 - Sardar i-Azam Aurangzeb al-Osman
 - Nahust Vazir Daniyal Aurangzeb Kalirion-Osman
 - Legislature Majles-e Showrā-ye Darbār
Establishment 1671 AN
Area
Population 46,218,908 (Census, 1679)
Currency Natopian natopo (₦)
Abbreviation AAR
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Time zone(s) CMT-8
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The Alalehzamini Autonomous Republic (AAR) is one of three autonomous republics of Elwynn. within It covers the southern half of Elwynn, with roughly half the population of Elwynn. The legislature of Elwynn, the Congress, has no jurisdiction over the AAR. Rather, all-Elwynn laws and matters are decided by the Council of Eliria, consisting of the Prince of Elwynn, and an equal number of representatives from Congress and the AAR.

Sometimes known as Alalehzamin or, simply, The South, the AAR traces its origins to the first Babkhi wave of immigration in the 1490s, and the establishment of the first Elwynnese subdivision, the County of Lesser Zjandaria, in 1509. To this day, the population of the AAR have a majority (56%) Babkhi-speaking population. Elw remains an active language in the province, however, with 22% of the population having it as a native tongue.

Name

Alalehzamin's name derives from the Babkhi "land of the lotus flower", as the Blue and White Elwynn rivers are known for their special lotus flowers, coloured blue in the Blue Elwynn and white in the White Elwynn. The historic Babkhi-derived name of the area, Lesser Zjandaria, stems from the Babkhan province of most immigrants at that time (Greater Zjandaria). In 1546, in a decree by Duke Iskander Mirkdale, Lesser Zjandaria was severed into several counties, of which the County of Alalehzamin became the largest.

Historically, the area roughly corresponding to the AAR have been known as the separate counties of Alalehzamin, Utasia, and Transelwynn, the Emirate of Alalehzamin and Utasia, and the Duchy of Akiordonnyr. Akordionnyr is the historic Elw name for the area, meaning "the land between the rivers". Although it is part of the AAR's official Elw name (Akordionnyh aamaenueqaveq), Alalezamin is the common Elw name for the area.

Utasia derives its name after the god Utas in the Book of the Orchids (a Treesian canon of the goddess Elwynn who was said to have lived in Elwynn.


Administration

Population numbers are from the Census of 1671. For more recent numbers, see Bailiwicks of Elwynn.

Bailiwick Population Location Electors[1] Sardārs[2] Mansabdars[3]
1 Allswell 1,480,876 Alalehzamin 10 12 123
2 Amareazerke 530,045 Utasia 1 4 44
3 Ardashirsahr 4,450,812 Alalehzamin 29 37 371
4 Arsalani 1,230,847 Alalehzamin 7 10 103
5 Aryastan 520,938 Transelwynn 3 4 43
6 Aslanshahr 650,507 Alalehzamin 5 5 54
7 Azeroth 610,847 Transelwynn 2 5 51
8 Babran 1,541,947 Alalehzamin 10 13 128
9 Baltyshahr 810,777 Alalehzamin 4 7 68
10 Bandar-e Mojaheddeen 402,800 Alalehzamin 2 3 34
11 Bandar-e Tahmaseb 797,299 Alalehzamin 5 7 66
12 Dakhm ul Jinn 596,188 Alalehzamin 4 5 50
13 Dar ul Tazim 669,927 Alalehzamin 5 6 56
14 Daryapur 734,836 Alalehzamin 6 6 61
15 Elfinshiyehafir 851,075 Alalehzamin 6 7 71
16 Eribazistan 628,039 Transelwynn 4 5 52
17 Eskenderiyebandar 720,946 Alalehzamin 5 6 60
18 Faizabad 867,277 Alalehzamin 4 7 72
19 Fenririe 745,114 Utasia 2 6 62
20 Gusfandshahr 512,294 Alalehzamin 3 4 43
21 Halwar 440,847 Alalehzamin 3 4 37
22 Ironstone 515,114 Utasia 2 4 43
23 Islus 1,645,672 Utasia 7 14 137
24 Ismailabad 1,210,488 Alalehzamin 6 10 101
25 Jazâ'ir ul Zjandariyah 930,174 Alalehzamin 5 8 78
26 Kilkadesh 796,946 Alalehzamin 5 7 66
27 Kimrynore 302,033 Utasia 1 3 25
28 Ladurea 405,281 Utasia 1 3 34
29 Lake Camel 810,866 Utasia 3 7 68
30 Leila ve Moshk 268,202 Alalehzamin 2 2 22
31 Lun Ezkaron 563,884 Transelwynn 2 5 47
32 Majid-e Aik 366,926 Alalehzamin 2 3 31
33 Mariyechelân 1,120,996 Alalehzamin 6 9 93
34 Metyl Themar 376,817 Transelwynn 2 3 31
35 Mohamedion 545,822 Utasia 2 5 45
36 Moorcorone 540,394 Utasia 2 5 45
37 Naubandar 1,465,917 Alalehzamin 7 12 122
38 Nauron Inna 735,040 Utasia 1 6 61
39 Norgale 485,445 Utasia 2 4 40
40 Peikhambad 600,047 Alalehzamin 5 5 50
41 Perez 395,926 Alalehzamin 3 3 33
42 Pernetegh 697,388 Alalehzamin 4 6 58
43 Qajar 292,810 Alalehzamin 2 2 24
44 Rastakhiz 610,027 Alalehzamin 5 5 51
45 Rugahi 448,916 Alalehzamin 2 4 37
46 Shahazerke 565,912 Utasia 2 5 47
47 Shahershid 410,846 Alalehzamin 3 3 34
48 Sheikhshahr 630,845 Alalehzamin 4 5 53
49 Shurim 667,977 Utasia 2 6 56
50 Sirishahr 492,247 Alalehzamin 3 4 41
51 Tanshuyuyyal 710,774 Alalehzamin 4 6 59
52 Varpur 965,886 Alalehzamin 7 8 80
53 Ville des Riches 468,103 Alalehzamin 2 4 39
54 Yaltarfalas 607,455 Utasia 2 5 51
55 Zarddeh 340,888 Alalehzamin 2 3 28
56 Zoroaster 1,420,088 Utasia 6 12 118
57 Territorijahoi nav TBC Alalehzamin TBC TBC TBC

References

  1. ^ Elected to the Majles-e Showrā-ye Darbār. 1 elected by universal sufferage for every 100,000 citizens in a bailiwick.
  2. ^ Commander of 10 Mansabdars. 1 appointed for every 120,000 citizens in a bailiwick.
  3. ^ Commander of 120 men retained for government service.